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Cheap Solar Power Could Gut the Global Coal Industry by 2040

A new report concludes that solar energy will be a cheaper way to generate electricity than coal in most parts of the world by 2021. That crossover point, predicted to arrive much sooner than previously estimated, could trigger a massive market shift that may drastically hamstring the coal industry over subsequent decades. 236 more words


Energy News for week ending April 21, 2017

It’s Energy News Friday so let’s get started.

Energy storage is getting a lot of play in the media of late, especially with several states, including Massachusetts, offering incentives to develop storage projects. 991 more words

Natural Gas

Utility of the Future: Recent Study's Six Key Findings

by Bob Shively, Enerdynamics President and Lead Facilitator

Electric utilities across the world are working diligently to identify new business models that will provide success in such a future world. 738 more words


PSE&G Preparing for Expected Storm

PSE&G, New Jersey’s largest electric and gas utility, is preparing for the possible power outages from the strong winds and heavy snow that is expected to arrive on Tuesday. 55 more words


Ukraine's grid under cyber-attack, according to Poroshenko

From Fort Russ
February 17, 2017

Sebastien HAIRON in Peuples-Libres-nouvelle-russie, translated by Tom Winter –

Le Figaro relays this despatch of Reuters which tells us that Russian hackers have broken in to Ukraine’s power grid! 548 more words